A discovery of the Eure

 Evreux has an important architectural and artistic heritage|Les Andelys city has a grandiose panorama|Bernay, labelled 'town of Art and history. | Pont-Audemer is one of the oldest cities of tanners|Lvons-la-Forêt is former residence of the Dukes of Normandy|Giverny is known for the home of the painter Claude Monet|

Themes : heritage, culture, golf

The Eure reserves for lovers of culture, history and architecture a superb range of findings.

Auberge De L'Abbaye, Le Bec-Hellouin, France (en)
This Auberge is located in the historic Haute-Normandie village of Le Bec Hellouin....
Bed and Breakfast dHotes Château Puisaye, Verneuil-sur-Avre, France (en)
Set on a 27-hectare park, Château de la Puisaye is located a 6-minute drive from Verneuil-sur-Avre....
Hotel de Normandie, Évreux, France (en)
The Normandy Hotel is located in the heart of Evreux, 600 metres from the cathedral....
The stages
Labeled «More beautiful Detour de France» Pont-Audemer is one of the oldest cities of tanners. Built on the banks of the river Risle, it is nicknamed the "Venice Normande" thanks to its many canals that criss-cross the picturesque historic centre.
Le Bec-Hellouin
Ranked among the «Plus Beaux Villages de France», Le Bec-Hellouin is a typical Normandy village with houses timbered and flowery balconies. It takes its name from the Creek that borders and founder of the Bec Abbey.
Bernay, labelled 'city of Art and history' has all the attractions of a city of charm and hobbies. Its rich history, its saved architecture and its preserved landscapes give it a typically Norman setting.
Le Touquet has retained many vestiges of its military past. Dominated by the Tower Gothic church, Avre, classified more "Beautiful Detours of France", she kept an important medieval heritage.
City Episcopal and capital of the Eure, Evreux has an important architectural and artistic heritage. Notre Dame Cathedral is an architectural gem of the 13th century, the belfry is unique in Normandy and in the Abbey Church of Saint-Taurin is a treasure of medieval goldsmithing.
Giverny is best known for the House and the gardens of the Impressionist painter Claude Monet, who lived in the village. The village mainly consists of two hillside streets lined with low houses covered of a roughcast with slate roofs and adorned with Wisteria and Virginia Creeper.
Ancient medieval town, Gisors present at the bend of its streets and alleys, a prestigious heritage of centuries. The impressive castle in feudal motte presents an exceptional testimony of the medieval military buildings Anglo-Norman and French.
Les Andelys
Defended by the splendid ruins of Château-Gaillard Les Andelys city has a grandiose panorama, it is one of the most beautiful sites of the Valley of the Seine. The city is very touristy thanks in particular to the Collegiate Church of les Andelys and the ruins of the Château Gaillard.
In the heart of one of the most beautiful beech forests of Europe, Lvons-la-Forêt is former residence of the Dukes of Normandy. Ranked among the «Plus Beaux Villages de France», Lvons-la-Forêt is a harmonious and typically Norman set.